Will Jolly

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The role of a critical myocardial mass required to maintain ventricular fibrillation initiated by rapid ventricular pacing was studied by two methods in dogs placed on total cardiopulmonary bypass. In the first method, depolarization of a limited myocardial mass was accomplished by injecting potassium chloride into one or two coronary arteries. Injection of(More)
Preface The Student Forum on Learning (SFL) is a group of undergraduates dedicated to positively impacting the culture of teaching and learning on UT's campus. We aim to offer feedback on experiences, motivations, expectations, cultural implications, and challenges related to student learning and the college experience. The SFL is sponsored by the Tennessee(More)
On March 19, 1962, prior to the availability of Starr-Edwards ball-valve prostheses for aortic substitution, a mitral valve turned upside down was implanted for marked calcific aortic stenosis. It worked well and the patient was in good health for 15 years. Late annular calcification and loosening of sutures with marked perivalvular regurgitation made valve(More)
The stenotic internal carotid can be managed in a variety of ways and number of tests can be utilized for assessing the collateral blood flow. Except in unusual situations, carotid thromboendarterectomy with or without a patch graft is generally employed. Although some surgeons use no protective shunt at all, or only upon specific indications, intraluminal(More)